Nuno Job works for MarkLogic, a Silicon Valley startup where he helps shape the future of database systems.
Before MarkLogic Nuno worked in New York at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in the DB2 pureXML team. He also worked in IBM Toronto where he had a broader role in the DB2 organization.
Database geek. Evangelist. Consultant. Lecturer. Nuno loves open-source technology – most of all being in the edge, and looking for innovative ways to solve problems.
Random facts: Likes photography, dinosaurs, and funny hats. And people that put commas before and.
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Everything you learned about database modeling is wrong. At least for document databases like CouchDB and MongoDB. Learn about these differences, the trade-offs, the use cases, and put it all in practice in a discussion about a real-life document database problem. Unlearn SQL habits and relax.
|Nuno Job, J Chris Anderson, Roger Bodamer|